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Born: 1983-05-15, Barcelona, Spain
Nationality: SPN
Height: 5'11", Weight: 165lbs
Home: Barcelona, Spain
Turned Pro: 2004
Official World Golf Ranking: 166
Notes: Brother of 2002 British Amateur champion Alejandro, for whom Pablo caddied at the Masters Tournament the following year. Finished his final year of High School in 2002 in the United States. Returned to Spain and wanted to turn professional straight away but his father, Gustavo, who played for Venezuela in the World Cup, had other ideas, making his son go to work on the family fish farm to learn and understand the value of money and a day's hard labor. At 21, Pablo turned ...

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Pablo Larrazabal

Brother of 2002 British Amateur champion Alejandro, for whom Pablo caddied at the Masters Tournament the following year. Finished his final year of High School in 2002 in the United States. Returned to Spain and wanted to turn professional straight away but his father, Gustavo, who played for Venezuela in the World Cup, had other ideas, making his son go to work on the family fish farm to learn and understand the value of money and a day's hard labor. At 21, Pablo turned professional and competed on the Challenge Tour for two years, before winning his full Tour card at Qualifying School in November 2007. An excellent second round of 66 put Pablo in a fantastic position, and the young Spaniard took advantage to earn his European Tour card.
Burst onto the scene in 2008, a year which culminated in him being named the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year, when he won the Open de France ALSTOM after coming through the 36-hole pre-qualifying event at Chantilly the week before many of the European Tour's biggest stars arrived at Le Golf National in Versailles. The son of a fish farmer from Santander, he overwhelmed a field that included Angel Cabrera, Lee Westwood and Colin Montgomerie, who finished in second place, four strokes behind Larrazabal, who recorded an unforgettable maiden Tour win.
Added a second win in 2011 at the BMW International Open, where he edged out compatriot Sergio Garcia in a playoff. He finished the year 17th in the Race to Dubai with earnings of ?1,183,040
2012 Notes: Finished 37th in the Race to Dubai, with a pair of runner-up finishes at the Reale Seguros Open de Espana and the KLM Open.
2013 Notes: Finished 17th in the Race to Dubai, in 31 starts had eight top-ten finishes, the best was 4th at the Trophee Hassan and Irish Open.
2014 Notes: Started the year with a bang, winning at Abu Dhabi by one shot over Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson, he added another top-ten with a T-8th at Maybank Malaysian Open, then T-7th at the BMW PGA Championship and T-8th at the BMW International Open. Got to play in the U.S. Open, The Open and PGA Championship missing the cut in all three. After that had a pair of T-5ths at the KLM Open and Volvo World Match Play Championship. He finished 28th in the Race to Dubai.
2015 Notes: Played in 24 European Tour events making 17 cuts with 2, top-tens. Had a T-3rd at the Trophee Hassan, then at the BMW International shot a final round 66 and won, beating Henrik Stenson by a shot. FInished the year 51st in the Race to Dubai with euros752,209 in earnings.
2016 Notes: Played in 26 European Tour events making 18 cuts with 4, top-tens. Best finish T-6th at the Maybank Championship. Was again 51st in the Race to Dubai with euros719,503.
2017 Notes: Played well early, in his first event of the season was T-8th at the UBS Hong Kong Open and in his 2nd season event was T-2nd at the Abu Dhabi Championship, 1 shot back of winner Tommy Slideway. Was 3rd at the Volvo China Open, one back of the Levy/Frittelli playoff.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 342, Cuts Made: 228 (67%), Top Tens: 54 (16%) , Rounds: 1120, Scoring Avg: 71.22, Career Earnings: $12,338,927 - Best Finish: 1st (5 times)
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